The traditions are ultimately
classified into four major categories:
(a) Sahîh (sound) (b) Hasan (good) (c) Da’îf (weak) (d) Maudû’
(fabricated)Only the first two kinds are held to be
reliable. Precepts of the Shari’ah can be based on and inferred from only
these two kinds. Hence, only the ahâdîth of these two categories are held to
be the source of Islamic law. The other two kinds have little or no value
especially in legal or doctrinal matters. < Read More >Ref: The
Authority of Sunnah By Mufti
Muhammad Taqi Usmani
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